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The Quest Trips are opportunities for students to travel both domestically and internationally to explore the ideas of justice, community development, beauty and creativity, civic responsibility, and advocacy for others. These trips are designed as opportunities for students to connect a Christian worldview to faithful reflection, response, and action. They are built around partnerships with organizations in different locations with a focus on education, leadership development, service, and collaboration with host organizations.

Quest Coordinators are students who help coordinate all the details that go into the trips.

Upcoming Quest Trips

Aliquippa: Serve.Listen.Love.

Thirty minutes away in Aliquippa, you be able to serve alongside Uncommon Grounds and Aliquippa Impact as they work to restore the community. Hear stories from locals, become a family with your team, and help build up the town physically and spiritually.
Cost: $85

New Orleans: Rebuild. Immerse. Partner.

Travel to New Orleans where you will help Trinity Christian Community rebuild houses and tutor kids. You will get to meet and work with the people and immerse yourself in the culture of the city. Work, play, and have the trip of a lifetime.
Cost: $375

Washington D.C.: Seek. Learn. Discover.

In DC, you will visit several social justice organizations such as International Justice Mission, World Vision, the Trafficking in Persons office, while learning more about seeking biblical justice. Travel by metro, see famous landmarks, and be a part of something bigger than yourself.
Cost: $350

New York City: Restore. Imagine. Engage.

In NYC, you will meet with organizations such as Restore NYC and The Love Alliance that will help you look at social justice issues with a biblical perspective. You will also spend a day seeing the sites and doing different activities around the city. Spend your break in the Big Apple!
Cost: $450

Youngstown: Pursue. Engage. Imagine.

Youngstown, Ohio is most often associated with the rise and fall of industrialism in the U.S. However, this place – with elements of art, culture, history, and beauty – is so much more. Come explore this historic city and pursue service, engage its identity, and imagine the possibilities for Youngstown and beyond.
Cost: $175